Bryce Sanders, President of Perceptive Business Solutions Inc., has provided training for the financial services industry on High Net Worth (HNW) client acquisition since 2001. He has been extensively published in various industry publications in the US, UK and Canada.
He and his wife, Jane, are also avid travelers, explaining they are “married” to American Airlines, Marriott and Cunard. “Two of them need to be involved whenever we go anyplace,” says Bryce. Favorite hotels are Marriott Shanghai City Centre Hotel, Renaissance Yangtze Shanghai Hotel, Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel and Marriott London Park Lane Hotel. Years ago, the Basil Street Hotel in London was a favorite, but the hotel closed in 2002. They’ve also stayed at the Cipriani in Venice.
They are big fans of traveling to China. They also enjoy traveling through Europe. This includes organizing their own driving holidays through the German Christmas markets, driving through the English countryside and exploring the wine regions of France.
Finding the intersection of luxury and value is something of an expertise. For their 25th wedding anniversary they flew to Rome, took the train to Venice, rode the Orient Express to London and sailed home on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2.
They’ve traveled to about 20 counties, including England, France, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Germany, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Luxembourg, Italy, Tunisia, China, Argentina, Mexico, New Zealand and Canada.
On Cunard, Bryce and Jane have completed their 15th voyage, earning them Diamond status with Cunard’s World Club. On every trip, they usually meet at least one person/couple with whom they want to keep in touch. They keep track of friends from Cunard, email them quarterly and send Christmas cards by mail.
Other cruise lines they’ve sailed are Princess, NCL and Crystal.
Bryce and Jane have found if you dress well, treat everyone as equals and assume you will meet again someday, your travel experiences can be better than you ever imagined.
It goes without saying they are French wine fans.
Bryce has numerous articles published in the financial industry. He is now also focusing on writing about his and Jane’s cruise experiences. Some of Bryce’s articles about cruising and sailing Cunard voyages have been published by AllThingsCruise.com in association with Heidi Allison, Editor-At-Large & Executive Editor.
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101 Captivating Reasons to Choose a Cunard Transatlantic Crossing for Your Travel Vacation – AllThingsCruise.com, February 2019